- Audible Audiobook
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 6 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
- Audible.com Release Date: May 2, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072B5HBBX
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Dating the Undead Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Silver Harris, a 24-year-old woman, is not looking for a clingy man. She just wants to have some fun. She’s quick-witted, outspoken, and cynical. It feels as if she almost dares anyone to love her.
Logan Byrne, a sexy Irish vampire, doesn’t do long-term relationships.
On New Year’s Eve, the two meet, and after a heated kiss are left with an unwelcome attraction for each other. Silver wonders if she can ever go back to dating ordinary guys and discovers VDateService.com., a dating site for vampires and mortals. When Logan is asked to put a glamour on the women using the site the two are thrown back together again.
There’s something quite fun about watching two people who claim not to want to be involved in a relationship fight the sizzling, undeniable attraction between them. Sparks fly, and the heat is turned up to boiling. But the story is so much more than just a romance. There are sinister forces here that want to keep the two apart.
This was a fun read. The banter had me laughing out loud. As much as Silver tried to push Logan’s buttons, he always remained calm and unruffled. Because I liked the book so much, I also purchased the CD. Listening to the Silver’s English accent and Logan’s Irish accent added another level to the story. And how fun is it to go on the VDateService.com to find a vampire match?
Silver is very spunky & snarky. I really wasn't keen on her, she was almost a bit too over the top. I was surprised the vamp dates she went on didn't all try to kill her. I wanted them too in a few places. I also felt she too easily brushed things off, like when she found out how her mother died. Now Logan, he's fantastic, the kind of paranormal book boyfriend most ladies would love. I would have loved to listen to him all day on audio for his accent alone! Those lyrical Irish & Scottish accents do me in every time! The relationship between them just didn't seem like anything more than lust or sex. I didn't see the development between them. There was loads of sex, almost too much for me, since I didn't see a relationship developing in between the sex, it's almost a balancing act for the ratio of sex to relationship development to make it work for me.
Silver Harris is the female protagonist. She's snarky almost to the point of being immature, so it was hard to gravitate to her. On the other hand, I loved her tough exterior and her independence. Once I understood the bitterness she carries from the mysterious loss of her mother, I became less judgmental of her sarcasm. Silver has trust issues...she doesn't want a relationship. She won't allow holding hands, pet names or any date to get to know her well enough to become clingy. Rarely does she go on a second date with the same man. There's no point.
This story wasn't predictable. A few times I thought I knew which direction the author was going to take me, only for the plot line to take a turn in a different direction. I enjoyed the plot even though the execution of getting it told was drawn out. I appreciated the reiterating of character physical details keeping Logan and Silver fresh in my minds eye. The cover picture throws me off...never was Logan in a suit or tuxedo but rather he's always in a worn denim jacket and t-shirt with black jeans. Never does he bring Silver a red rose, so the cover picture is deceptive. This story is told in first person, dual POV...with a HEA. Except for the erotic, steamy scenes, I'd rate it PG-13.